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« on: March 24, 2013, 02:11:44 pm »
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I wrote a fictional novel about a search for a sunken civil war treasure on Alabama's Gulf coast. It's called Gumbo and Gunshots on the Gulf by John Walker. The book is available at Amason and other places books are sold on line. Check it out if you're interested. I wish I had gotten into detecting and found this forum before I wrote it. You guys could be a lot of help on the technical side.
 If I do a seuquel, I'm going to have questions about treasure hunting tools available in the late 1940s.

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Taxidermist by day, Metal detector by night

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